KPMG expects the consequences of JobKeeper and other support packages ending will play out fully over the next few months.
KPMG anticipates the ending of the JobKeeper program will add to the pressure of those marginal workers and businesses that are still struggling in this coronavirus-impacted economy.
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The JobKeeper scheme is progressive in that it benefits the low-paid or stood-down worker relatively more and is aligned with the notion that members of the community need to support each other along the path to physical and economic recovery.
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